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althecat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-26-03 12:05 PM
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24. Two interesting new threads... One Old One New

An interesting thought concerning the theoretical hacked Diebold smartcard "keys to the kingdom" that have been mentioned in article after article-- what would happen if suddenly said keys (or concise directions on how to create them) were to flood the streets? That is to say, some no-doubt unscrupulous persons were to actually manufacture them and pass them out on streetcorners, or instructions were to be posted on web sites and in internet forums, etc.


For the avoidance of doubt I am not advocating this. But it is a very interesting idea and it's consideration raises some interesting questions about certification.



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I can conclusively prove that fraud was committed in the State of Florida in the year 2000 Presidential election. The proof has nothing to do with disenfranchisement. The proof has nothing to do with uncounted ballots. Anyone interested in this information?

Bev and others... did this get followed up on. If so what were the conclusions. Was it consistent with a Diebold created screwup.
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